jewelry. Friday , April 28th , 2017 - 21:15:08 PM
Crimping the beads is something that is done crudely, otherwise it makes the jewelry look very amateurish. Using a crimping plier, which makes a figure of eight at the jaws, enables quick folding. One can easily insert beads once the wire is properly crimped.
Have you ever closely observed how your anklet or bracelet fastens around your wrist or ankle? Have you noticed the way the two ends are held together using different locking mechanism or clasps? Well, if you love jewelry, then you probably would have. Various clasps are used to fasten jewelry, and some of them are more common, if not exclusive, to only a particular piece of jewelry. For example, lobster clasps are far more common on necklaces than on bracelets and anklets.
Unbeknown to me, my kid brother had followed me to the shed. He had some kind of sixth sense for sniffing out my clandestine operations. Rather than open the door and say, 'Hey, whatya doin'?' he burst in and jumped on my back. In the ensuing struggle I managed to tip the entire contents of the metal polish over our school uniforms. We stopped struggling and looked at each other.
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